Following two arrests in Georgia, Auburn redshirt freshman Jashawn Sheffield has been suspended indefinitely.
Tom Green of AL.com was first to report the news.
Sheffield was arrested first on May 9 and spent two days in Bulloch County Jail on a disorderly conduct charge. A week later, Sheffield was arrested again for a DUI-less safe, which means the officer thought alcohol was affecting his driving ability and safety even if blood alcohol content was below the legal limit.
Sheffield also spent two days in jail for the DUI, with bond set at $1,576.
A 4-star receiver in the class of 2019, he only saw playing time against Samford where he’d run twice for 30 yards.
Earlier this offseason Gus Malzahn said Sheffield and fellow wide receiver Matthew Hill could move to defensive back this season.
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